White Rhino in Matobo National Park, Zimbabwe

Matopos Rhino

Ten years ago Zimbabwe’s Matopos National Park had large populations of both White and Black Rhino. Poaching attrition has reduced these iconic species to barely viable breeding numbers. The parks oldest White Rhino “Gumboot” was killed by poachers 2 weeks before I took this picture of “Swazi 2”

Sand Dunes, Namib desert, Namibia

Forthcoming Exhibitions & Prints – Shifting Sands

Shifting Sands – A series of abstract dune photographs taken in the Namib desert. The Namib Naukluft National Park in Namibia is a place of amazing light, contrast, with colours from soft shades of yellow to saturated reds. The beautiful, sinuous lines of the dunes became more apparent when viewed […]

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South Downs National Park, England

Mamiya 7 – Lovely effects by light fall off

Cattle Trough – South Downs National Park, England – 800x640mm limited edition print This photograph was taken on my Mamiya 7II camera with the 43mm lens. The lovely blue effect around the outside of the images is created by under exposure of the snow, the blue being reflected from the […]

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Mt Tongariro, Tongariro National Park, New Zealand

Tongariro Crossing

The Tongariro Crossing in Tongariro National Park is one of New Zealand’s most spectacular tramping tracks, and is considered the most popular one-day tramp in New Zealand. The Tongariro National Park is a World Heritage site which has the distinction of dual status, as it has been acknowledged for both […]

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"I took this shot just before descending into the central crater of Mt. Tongariro. The clouds were dancing across the sky above the volcano covered in 2m of snow, leaving behind their soft blue shadow on the sinuous landscape." Awarded Best Landscape, 2010 Banff Photography Competition in Canada.

Best Landscape Photograph at 2010 Banff Mountain Photography Competition

“I took this shot just before descending into the central crater of Mt. Tongariro in New Zealand. The clouds were dancing across the sky above the volcano covered in 2m of snow, leaving behind their soft blue shadow on the sinuous landscape.” Awarded Best Landscape, 2010 Banff Photography Competition in […]

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